The study found that seven children had symptoms including fever, cough, sore throat, and nasal congestion, but none of them had headaches or muscle aches.
And all X-ray children did not show any signs of pneumonia, which were identified in severe cases in adults. The study found that one of the children showed no symptoms at all.
According to the study, “light and atypical displays of infection in children may make it difficult to detect them.”
She noted that among the 745 children diagnosed with screening who were examined between January 22 and February 20, about 1.3 percent were found infected.
She added that among the nearly 45,000 confirmed cases in China as of February 11, there was only one death in a person under the age of 20, and there were no deaths among children under the age of 10, according to CNN.
And he said Dr. Arthur Ringold, an epidemiologist at the University of California For CNN: “The evidence so far indicates that at least the children in China have been infected, but many children have either had a very mild illness or have had no disease at all.”
“Children simply don’t get very sick when they get this infection, so if they have any symptoms at all, they are mild … And so, severe illnesses and deaths are fortunately incredibly rare,” he added.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that based on available evidence, adults make up the most known cases to date, and children with confirmed COVID-19 generally show mild symptoms.
The CDC says early information from China shows that the elderly and people with chronic medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and lung diseases are the most vulnerable.
He pointed out that although it appears that children do not have the possibility of developing severe symptoms, or any symptoms at all, this does not mean that they will not be infected with the virus and spread it to others.
Dr. Anthony Fossey, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the children appeared to be in good condition amid the epidemic.
“Even though they are infected, unlike the flu, children do not necessarily have a serious illness,” Vossi told MSNBC last Friday.
And he added: “In fact, if you look at the history of what we saw, children do a very good job,” the only problem is when they get infected, and schools can be fertile ground for that, they go home and infect the grandfather and grandfather, or soon, or someone who might be In a more vulnerable position, so this is the rationale for school closures. ”
Many schools have canceled classrooms across the country in an effort to reduce the disease outbreak.